A Little Bit about Pat:
A former middle-school teacher and adjunct professor of human relations, Pat holds a master's degree in education from St. Mary's University in Minnesota. She's convinced, however, that her talents are rooted in her Midwestern upbringing, Irish heritage. As a member of the National Speakers Association, Pat presents professional development keynotes and workshops. Her "Pat-tested, Boomer-approved" material is at once entertaining and informative, and helps her to engage those of varying backgrounds, in different lifestyles, professions and industries. A certified Psycho-Geometrics trainer, Pat is further positioned to facilitate effective communication strategies that appear to a variety of learning style.
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"I just finished attending a seminar with Pat McGill, (www.patmcgill.net) who presented to a wide variety of women in positions of business and leadership. Because of my position as an Economic Development Director, I am able to attend many conferences and seminars and I’m always learning.
Pat’s style and presentation is totally different from what I have been experiencing. Her uniqueness, her enthusiasm, and zest is contagious. She comes from an angle that is ‘uniquely hers talking about uniquely you,’ as that business owner and leader. It’s a viewpoint of caring for yourself before you can care for your business or customer. It’s a viewpoint of knowing yourself and loving yourself, and your personal uniqueness and style that helps you lead, manage or deal with others. What comes across boldly as well, is her years of experience and how it is integrated in her seminar. She has KNOWN and has LIVED a multitude of experiences and her passion to promote, teach and help others just spills out of her. It was refreshing to be a part of a totally different type of seminar, a very personal one where you feel astonished that a ‘one-on-one is taking place in a room filled with women’."